Charlise Castro and her husband George Springer welcomed their first kid three years after their wedding. On February 12, 2021, Castro and her baseball outfielder husband, George Springer, became parents for the first time.
Castro, who played softball at the University of Albany, announced the birth of their baby on Instagram on March 3rd. The baby in the photo was holding Castro’s index finger. Several of her friends and fans congratulated her and her husband right away. She, on the other hand, chose to keep the baby’s specifics private, not revealing whether the baby was a boy or a girl or the baby’s name.
Furthermore, Castro’s husband, Springer, who has a larger fan base, has not used social media or any other method to announce the birth of his child. Castro has been married to her professional baseball player spouse since they met while she was playing an international softball game.
Springer romantically proposed to her in December 2016 while the two were on holiday in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico. Her husband proposed to her by falling down on one knee and writing “Will You Marry Me” in the sand, which was a romantic scene that he had prepared ahead of time.
In December 2016, Springer confirmed his engagement to Castro on Houston Astros Radio during their broadcast at Pluckers. Springer’s followers were ecstatic when the Astros released a photo of his proposal on Twitter. Following their engagement, the couple decided to take their relationship to the next level. In early 2018, they married at The Resort Of Pelican Hill in Newport Beach.
Her wedding ceremony was all a bride could wish for. On the Game of Thrones theme song, she walked to the altar in a princess-like white mermaid gown with lace.
Charlise Castro: Age, Parents & Nationality
Charlise Castro was born in New York on May 13, 1992. Jenelle and Angel Castro are her parents, and she has a brother named Andre.
Castro, a native of Saugerties, stands 5 feet 10 inches tall and is of American nationality and white ancestry. In 2010, she served as the captain of the softball team at Kingston High School. She was not only a talented athlete, but she was also a bright student.
Her first focus was in psychology, but she eventually switched to communication and graduated from the University of Albany with a bachelor’s degree in communication. She even has a Master of Business Administration degree from Albany’s University of Saint Rose.